Law No. 339 Of 29 November 2005 On The Legal Regime Of Plants, Substances And Preparations With Narcotic And Psychotropic

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 339 din 29 noiembrie 2005 privind regimul juridic al plantelor, substanţelor şi preparatelor stupefiante şi psihotrope

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LAW no. 339 of 29 November 2005 (* updated *)
on the legal regime of plants, substances and preparations with narcotic and psychotropic
(updated on May 8, 2014 *)
Issued



PARLIAMENT
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Romanian Parliament adopts this law.

Chapter I General Provisions



Article 1


(1) This Act establishes the legal regime regarding the cultivation, production, manufacture, storage, trade, distribution, transportation, possession, supply, delivery, brokerage, acquisition, use and transit on the national territory of wild and cultivated plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of Annex which is integral part of this law.


(2) The substances listed in Schedules II and III of the Annex and are subject their preparations when used for medical purposes, and other applicable substances and preparations for human or veterinary use, as far as they do not contradict this laws.


Article 2


Applying this law, the terms and phrases below have the following meaning:

A) international conventions concluded on narcotic and psychotropic substances - Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961, to which Romania adhered by Decree no. 626/1973, and the Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971, Romania adhered by the Law no. 118/1992 for ratification of the Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971 and the Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances of 1988;


B) prescription - written document signed and sealed by a doctor recommends a medical treatment to a clearly identified patient and the pharmacist authorizing the release of a quantity of drugs controlled by national legislation;


C) psychotropic substance - a term designating the substances listed in the Annexes to the Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971;


D) narcotic substance - a term referring to substances in the annexes to the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of the United Nations, as amended by the 1972 Protocol;


D ^ 1) plants and substances under national control - a term referring to plants and substances with psychoactive properties, introduced in the annexes to this law through national procedure provided for in art. 8 paragraph. (3);
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Lit. d ^ 1) of art. 2 was introduced pt. 1 of art. II of the Emergency Ordinance no. 6 of 10 February 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 100 of 15 February 2010.

E) transport - shift operation of goods from one place to another or, where appropriate, the quantity of plants, substances and preparations containing narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex, authorized a single transport operation;


F) carrier - natural or legal person authorized to perform the transportation;


G) medical - use lawful prescription medicines under control under national law;


H) plants - plants containing narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances originating in Romania imported or procured;


I) preparation - a solution or mixture, whatever his physical condition, containing one or more narcotic or psychotropic substances; This term also refers to one or more psychotropic drugs or divided into units of administration or used in laboratory analysis;


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Lit. i) of art. 2 was amended by pt. 1 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

J) abuse - the use of plants, substances and preparations containing narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances outside medical prescription;


K) manufacture - all operations other than production, which allow obtaining narcotic or psychotropic substances, including the purification and transformation of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances other narcotic or psychotropic substances; This term also includes the manufacture of preparations other than those made on prescription in a pharmacy;


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Lit. k) art. 2 was amended by pt. 1 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

L) production - the operation that consists in obtaining opium, coca leaf, cannabis and cannabis resin from the plants that produce them;


M) producer - natural or legal person that performs production operations;


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Lit. m) of art. 2 was amended by pt. 1 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.
m ^ 1) manufacturer - natural or legal person manufacturing operations performed;
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Lit. m ^ 1) of art. 2 was introduced pt. 2 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

N) cannabis - peak flowering or fruit of the species Cannabis indica, except seeds or leaves that are not accompanied by the tops of branches, whose resin was not extracted, whatever the use thereof;


O) the cannabis plant - all species of the genus Cannabis;


P) raw opium - latex thickened by partial dehydration after incizării harvested green capsules;


Q) poppy - Papaver somniferum L species;


R) poppy straw or stem - all the aerial parts of the plant, including capsule, except opium poppy seeds after the harvest;


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Lit. r) of art. 2 was amended by pt. 3 of Art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

S) concentrate of poppy straw or stalk - material obtained when the poppy stem underwent treatment to concentrate alkaloids contained in it.


Article 3


All plants and substances that are set out in international conventions to which Romania is, as narcotic or psychotropic substances and their preparations, which can be dangerous for public health because of the effects that abuse their use can produce, are listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex.

Article 4


Cultivation, production, manufacture, storage, trade, distribution, transportation, possession, supply, delivery, brokerage, acquisition, use, import, export and transit on the national territory of plants, substances and preparations listed in Table I of the Annex prohibited, except as provided by law.

Article 5


Cultivation, production, manufacture, storage, trade and distribution, transportation, possession, supply, delivery, brokerage, acquisition, use, import, export and transit on the national territory of plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules II and III Annex are allowed only under the conditions provided by law.

Article 6


(1) Preparations containing a substance listed in Schedules II and III of the Annex that no abuse potential and whose substance may be recovered in an amount permitting unlawful use, may be exempted from certain control measures under national law.


(2) The list referred to in paragraph preparations. (1) and the control measures that are exempt are provided in the implementing rules of this law.


Article 7


(1) Any natural or legal person who carries out an operation with plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex under the control and supervision of the Ministry of Health and the units under its subordination or coordination, as determined by the implementing rules of this law.


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Alin. (1) art. 7 was changed pt. 4 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no.
713 of 19 October 2012. (1 1) and supervisory control inspections can be performed both by the specialists of the Ministry of Health and representatives of establishments in coordination or the Ministry of Health, according to the methodological norms application of this law.
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Alin. (1 1) of art. 7 was introduced pt. 5 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no.
713 of 19 October 2012. (1 ^ 2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph. (1) and (1 1), cultivation of plants containing narcotic or psychotropic substances under the control and supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Agriculture Directorates county and Bucharest.
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Alin. (1 ^ 2) of art. 7 was introduced pt. 5 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no.
713 of 19 October 2012. (1 ^ 3) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph. (1) and (1 1), plants, narcotics and psychotropic substances and preparations used in veterinary medicine is under the control and supervision of the National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety.
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Alin. (1 ^ 3) of art. 7 was introduced pt. 5 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

(2) are subject to the control and supervision provided in par. (1) and first aid kits containing narcotic and psychotropic substances in air transport, naval and ambulances.


(3) medico-pharmaceutical production or other authorized places where operations are narcotics or psychotropic substances, when there is evidence of violation of legal activity with them, specialists from the formation specialized in preventing and combating trafficking and illicit drugs within the General Inspectorate of Romanian Police refer to the experts from the Health Ministry exercising such powers under the law, to verify the reported cases.


(4) The inspections are performed jointly by representatives of both institutions.




Chapter II Classification of plants, substances and preparations with narcotic and psychotropic

Article 8


(1) The tables in the appendix is ​​an integral part of this Law can be changed through a new registration, cancellation or transfer from one table to another, based on the amendments forwarded by the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, the United Nations or European bodies competent under the rules for the application of this law.


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Alin. (1) art. 8 was amended by art. II of the Emergency Ordinance no. 105 of 30 November 2011 published in the Official Gazette no. 855 of 5 December 2011.

(2) changes in para. (1) can not place a substance under national and international control under a less strict than under current law and international conventions.


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Alin. (2) art. 8 was amended by art. II of the Emergency Ordinance no. 105 of 30 November 2011 published in the Official Gazette no. 855 of 5 December 2011.

(3) non-controlled substances Plants and international due to its psychoactive present a risk to public health are part of the section "Plants and substances under national control" of Tables annexed to this law, proposed by the Ministry of Health.


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Alin. (3) art. 8 was introduced pt. 2 of art. II of the Emergency Ordinance no. 6 of 10 February 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 100 of 15 February 2010.

(4) Section "plants and substances under national control» updated whenever necessary.


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Alin. (4) art. 8 was amended by art. II of the Emergency Ordinance no. 105 of 30 November 2011 published in the Official Gazette no. 855 of 5 December 2011.

Article 9


Plants and substances are listed in Schedules I, II or III of the Annex under their international common name, and failing that, under the scientific name or under their common name.

Article 10


(1) preparations are subjected to the same regime as the substances they contain and if they contain two or more substances are subject to the most strictly controlled substance.


(2) The list of preparations containing narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances is approved by the Minister of Health, the proposal of the National Medicines and Medical Devices and other competent institutions and published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, under rules for the application of this law.


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Alin. (2) art. 10 was amended by section. 6 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

Chapter III

Growing plants containing narcotic and psychotropic

Article 11


Unlawful cultivation of plants containing substances under national control, listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex is prohibited.

Article 12


(1) is permitted cultivation of plants containing substances under the control of national legislation they are processed for technical purposes, to produce strains, fiber, seed and oil, medical and scientific purposes and only with the Ministry of Agriculture, forests and rural development through agriculture and rural development directions for the county or Bucharest, based on annual estimates established according to art. 42 para. (1) e) of this law and its application methodology.



(2) cultivation for industrial and / or food or seed production of plants containing substances under national control is authorized by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Agriculture Directorates county and Bucharest.


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Alin. (2) art. 12 was amended by section. 7 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

(3) providers of cannabis and poppy seeds are required to deliver these seed cultivation authorization holders only.


(4) of cannabis and opium poppy growers are required to sow authorized lands held only seed of varieties registered in the official catalog of varieties and hybrids of crops in Romania or in catalogs European Communities, products authorized units Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the regional authorities control and seed certification.


Article 13


(1) The owner, possessor or owner of any type of land for agricultural or any other destination is obliged to destroy the plants referred to in art. 11, which could grow spontaneously on land.


(2) Costs destruction of wild plants and crops unauthorized shall be borne by the owner, user or owner of the ground as appropriate.


Article 14


Rules implementing the provisions of this chapter, model and license application for the licit cultivation of plants containing narcotic and psychotropic substances shall be determined by the rules for the application of this law and the provisions in force.



Chapter IV production, manufacture and distribution of plants, substances and preparations with narcotic and psychotropic

Article 15


(1) Carrying out activities of production, manufacture, storage, trade, brokering, possession and distribution of plants, substances and narcotic and psychotropic preparations is prohibited without the authorization issued by the Ministry of Health, under the rules for the application of this law.


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Alin. (1) art. It amended by section 15. 8 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

(2) Issue of permits for activities specified in para. (1) shall be made after checking the space, staff and technical resources required for carrying out operations, as determined by the implementing rules of this law.


(3) Permits for operations provided in par. (1) shall be issued if use of plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules II and III of the Annex is limited for use in industry and seed production and for medical, scientific or technical. Models authorizations are set out in the application methodology of this law.


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Alin. (3) art. It amended by section 15. 8 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

(4) Cessation of and any change in the situation that justified the authorization shall notify the issuing authority before being carried out, under the terms and conditions established by the application methodology of this law.


(5) Validity of authorization for the activities referred to in para. (1) may not exceed the operating license.


Article 16


(1) The Ministry of Health approves each year the estimated quantities of different substances and preparations that every grower, producer, manufacturer, distributor, importer or exporter is entitled authorized to cultivate, to produce, to manufacture, to import or export. These limits can be modified, if necessary, during the year.


(2) Any producer, manufacturer or authorized importer has the right to produce, manufacture or import only the necessary quantities of substances and preparations approved operation.


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Art. It amended by section 16. 9 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

Article 17


The approval provided for in art. 16 producers, manufacturers and importers submit annually to the Ministry of Health estimates the quantities of different substances and preparations that they produce, manufacture or import.
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Art. Section 17 has been amended. 10 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

Article 18


Rules for the application of this chapter, compiling the dossier accompanying the authorization request and the model are determined by the application methodology of this law.



Chapter V Import / export and transportation of plants, narcotics and psychotropic substances and preparations

Article 19


Are prohibited imports and exports to and from Romania with violating this law.

Article 20


Export or import operations with plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex is carried out under an authorization for export or import issued for each operation by the Ministry of Health through specialized department under model in the application methodology of this law.
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Art. It amended by section 20. 11 of Art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

Article 21


Operations import / export plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of Annex may be made only by persons holding authorization provided for in art. 12, 15 and 49, within the annual estimates.

Article 22


(1) The demand for import or export authorization provided for in the implementing rules of this law.


(2) Authorization for export need an original copy of the import authorization issued by the competent authority of the importer's country.


Article 23


(1) The import or export indicates the authority that issued it and contains the same information as the application regarding the transaction referred to in art. 22 para. (1).


(2) The export authorization shall compulsorily import authorization number and date certifying that the import of the substance or preparation is authorized.


Article 24


(1) The Ministry of Health issued two original importer of the import license, of which a copy is attached to tickets.


(2) Ministry of Health issued duplicate exporter of the export authorization, of which a copy is attached to tickets.


Article 25


If the quantity of plants, substances and preparations amount exported is less than indicated on the export license, the Ministry of Health states that the authorization and its official copies.

Article 26


When the consignment arrived in Romania, the Ministry of Health returned to the competent authority of the exporting country export licenses issued by it, specifying the actual quantity imported from each plant, substance and preparation.

Article 27


Commercial documents, customs and transport documents, and other shipping documents must nominate plants and substances as they appear in the tables of international conventions and, where appropriate, trade name preparations, the quantities exported from the territory national or to be imported, the name and address of the exporter, the importer and the consignee.

Article 28


(1) The storage warehousing and free zones of plants, substances or preparations containing narcotic and psychotropic native or imported.


(2) Any imports in Romania as transports for a customs warehouse.


(3) are prohibited exports of Romania as transports for a customs warehouse, unless the competent authority of the importing country stated on the import license approval for such an operation.


Article 29


Shipments entering or leaving the territory of Romania without being accompanied by an authorization to import or export and those that do not comply are withheld authorization by the competent authorities to justify the legitimacy of transport or until the final and irrevocable judgment ordering the confiscation of the transport.

Article 30



(1) customs offices and border customs offices for the import or export of plants, substances or preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex are determined by the competent customs authority and published in the Official Gazette, part I, within 30 days of publication of the application methodology of this law.


(2) The method of transmitting information from the Ministry of Health customs will be specified in the application methodology of this law.


Article 31


(1) Transit Romania has a consignment of plants, substances or preparations containing substances listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex is allowed only if the border control points are presented for import-export authorization that transport.


(2) Assignment of transport in transit on Romanian territory can only be changed after the release of a new export authorization by the competent authority of the exporting country.


(3) No consignment of plants, substances and preparations in para. (1) in transit in Romania, can not undergo treatments that would alter the nature or packaging.


Article 32


Provisions of art. 31 is not applicable if transport is carried by air. Where the aircraft stops or forced landing in Romania, transport shall be treated as export from Romania recipient country only if discharge or if circumstances require.



Transport Chapter VI plants, substances and preparations with narcotic and psychotropic

Article 33


(1) garages and transporters licensed by the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Tourism are required to take appropriate measures to prevent the diversion of legal circuit plants, substances and preparations listed in the tables in the Annex.


(2) The transport is carried out under the following obligations:


A) it is accompanied by documents provided by law;


B) preparations are transported in containers with forged seals and allowing control;


C) any circumstances that would allow illegal trafficking shall be communicated to the competent authorities in the shortest time.




Chapter VII Medical use and distribution of narcotic and psychotropic substances and preparations

Article 34


(1) pharmacies pharmacies open circuit and closed circuit operates with plants, narcotics and psychotropic substances and preparations, based authorization, as required by law.


(2) health care facilities and treatment centers for drug addicts operates with plants, narcotics and psychotropic substances and preparations, as determined by the implementing rules of this law.


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Art. It amended by section 34. 12 of art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

Article 35


Purchase of plant, substances and preparations listed in Schedules II and III of Annex may be performed only by a person authorized under the provisions of art. 15.

Article 36


(1) Legal persons may acquire, distribute, and use within their needs plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules II and III of the Annex where they hold licenses issued by the Ministry of Health.


(2) The content and method of control of first-aid kits shall be specified in the application methodology of this law.


Article 37


(1) preparations and psychotropic substances and narcotic drugs for medical purposes may be used only on medical prescription in accordance with the rules for the application of this law.


(2) prescribing substances and preparations listed in Table II of the Annex is on special forms, secure, or condos or condos prescription device intended solely for their prescription within human and veterinary health units, under provided in the implementing rules of this law.


(3) prescribing substances and preparations listed in Table III of the Annex shall be on forms that are retained in release, as provided in the implementing rules of this law.



(4) Release substances and preparations listed in Schedules II and III of Annex without a prescription is prohibited, except preparations listed in the application methodology of this law, under art. 6 para. (2).


Article 38


(1) plants and substances listed in Schedules II and III of the Annex may be prescribed to patients in accordance with Art. 37, only as pharmaceuticals, industrial or pharmacy achieved by:


A) doctors authorization holders free practice, under the rules for the application of this law;


B) veterinarians authorization holders free practice, under the rules for the application of this law.


(2) Patients being treated with medicines containing narcotic or psychotropic listed in Table II of the Annex can hold only the prescribed amount under prescription.


(3) Medications containing narcotics or psychotropic obtained on prescription, unused, will be destroyed in accordance with procedures established by the application methodology of this law.


Article 39


Way on prescribing and issuing pharmaceutical preparations listed in Schedules II and III of Annex and model forms are provided in the implementing rules of this law.

Article 40


The carrying any purpose, plant, substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex, unless it is authorized, according to this law and its application methodology.

Article 41


Conditions under which passengers can hold medicines containing narcotic and psychotropic substances will be set in the application methodology of this law.



Chapter VIII Obligations of persons authorized to carry out operations with plants, substances and preparations containing narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances

Article 42


(1) Legal persons authorized to carry out cultivation, production, manufacture, storage, import and export of plants, substances and preparations containing narcotic and psychotropic substances Ministry of Health are obliged to submit the following documents:


A) a monthly statement of the quantities of each plant, substance and each preparation, imported or exported, indicating the sending country and the receiving country, no later than 5 business days from the end of each month;


B) a summary of the data submitted under subparagraph a) the past calendar year, including stock status on 31 December of that year, at the latest by 15 February each year;


C) the situation regarding the quantities of each substance and each preparation, produced or manufactured in the periods referred to in subparagraph a) and b);


D) the situation regarding the quantity of each substance used to manufacture, under the terms of letter a) and b);


E) a statement on assessing needs of plants, substances and preparations for the next calendar year, templates provided in the application methodology of this law no later than 31 May each year;


F) a quarterly statement from the producers, manufacturers and distributors, to specific movements quantities of plants, substances and preparations containing narcotic and psychotropic nationally conducted in this period.


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Lit. f) of paragraph. (1) art. Section 42 has been amended. 13, art. I of Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, published in Official Gazette no. 713 of 19 October 2012.

(2) The data specified in a) -c) shall be forwarded to each plant cultivated, imported, exported, under the same terms.


(3) At the request of the Ministry of Health, licensed legal persons to submit recapitulative statements during the model forms specified in the application methodology of this law.


(4) Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development collects, analyzes and communicates the NAA, in order to centralize and transmission to international bodies, all statistical data in their possession relating to the activities referred to in Art. 1 required by international conventions to which Romania is a party.


Article 43



(1) Any acquisition, transmission, operation of commerce, export or import of plants, substances and preparations listed in Tables I and II of the Annex shall, in time of transaction, to be registered under the conditions set out in the implementing rules of this law. The documents are kept for 5 years.


(2) orders and invoices for plants, substances and preparations listed in Table II of the Annex shall be made on separate forms.


Article 44


(1) Any authorized legal entity that holds plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex, is obliged to ensure the preservation and storage under the rules for the application of this law.


(2) Any authorized person holding plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex is required to take security measures to prevent theft.


Article 45


(1) substances and preparations listed in Schedules II and III of the Annex are put into circulation only in appropriate packaging, sealed and labeled under the rules for the application of this law.


(2) Packages outer shipping packages must not contain any other indication beyond the name and addresses of the sender and recipient and the sender mark.


Article 46


(1) The label of a preparation is sold must contain the name, quantity and concentration of active substance, batch number, the name of the establishment of production and shelf life.


(2) labels and other media tools, such as leaflets for distribution conditionings en-dιtail indicates usage and precautions to be taken and precautions that are necessary for user safety, as provided by norms application of this law.


Article 47


(1) Advertisements for the substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex is prohibited, except for scientific or professional publications, nationally recognized for researchers or professionals.


(2) It is prohibited to distribute samples of substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex.


Article 48


Destruction of substances and preparations identified as qualitatively inadequate or legal person authorized by the National Medicines Agency, as appropriate, expired or have been returned, shall be performed by an authorized company, based on the approval of destruction issued by the Ministry of Health and the presence of a commission constituted as provided in the implementing rules of this law.



Chapter IX medical and scientific research, education

Article 49


(1) authorizes the Ministry of Health, medical or scientific research purposes, for educational or performing or technical-scientific findings, physicochemical, ordered by judicial authorities under the law, a natural or legal person, as the case to cultivate, produce, manufacture, purchase, transport, import, export, use, hold plants, substances and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III of the Annex in amounts not to exceed those strictly required for their intended, as presented in the application methodology of this law.


(2) The authorization referred to in para. (1) may be granted for other operations as set out in art. 4 to the extent that such operations are required for their intended.


(3) The beneficiary of the authorization referred to in para. (1) recorded in a register, which he kept for 5 years, quantities of plants, substances and preparations on the import, purchase, manufacture, use and destroy them, and the date of operations and names of suppliers. He is required to communicate quarterly and annual Ministry of Health quantities imported, used or held in stock until it's depleted, as provided in Art. 42.


(4) The police and customs can send for laboratory analysis to the International Narcotics Control Board of the United Nations or the competent authorities of other Member samples of substances, plants and preparations listed in Schedules I, II and III Annex.


Chapter X Penalties



Article 50



If there is or is supposed rightly that there is an imminent and serious health risk, health authorities will take precautionary measures, which will consist of:

A) blocking goods, withdrawal from the market and prohibiting the use of pharmaceutical specialties, magisterial formulas and officinal preparations and suspension of activities, advertising and provisional closure of premises, centers or services;


B) suspension of the production, prescription, issuance and delivery of dishes in the research phase clinical or animal research.


Article 51


In the case of repeated violation of art. 42 para. (1) - (3), Ministry of Health may suspend authorization for the activities referred to in Art. 15 para. (1), for a period of 1-3 months.

Article 52


(1) The misdemeanors and are punishable as follows:


A) noncompliance with art. 13 para. (1), Art. 37 para. (2) - (4) and art. 44-46, with a fine of 200 lei (RON) to 1,000 lei (RON);


B) Violation of art. 43, with a fine of 500 lei (RON) to 2,000 lei (RON);


C) noncompliance with art. 15 para. (4) art. 47 and 48, with a fine of 1,000 lei (RON) to 5,000 lei (RON);


D) Violation of art. 42 para. (1) - (3) and art. 43, a fine of 5,000 lei (RON) to 20,000 lei (RON).


(2) ascertained and the sanctions are specifically authorized by the staff of the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, General Directorate for Combating Organized Crime and Drugs and NAA.


(3) The provisions relating to offenses referred to in para. (1) and (2) shall be supplemented by Government Ordinance no. 2/2001 on the legal regime of contraventions, approved with amendments by Law no. 180/2002, as amended and supplemented.




Chapter XI Transitional and final

Article 53


Upon entry into force of this Act Law. 73/1969 regarding the products and narcotic substances, published in the Official Gazette of the Socialist Republic of Romania, Part I, no. 154 of December 29, 1969, as amended, and Government Decision no. 75/1991 for determining and sanctioning of offenses under the regime of products and narcotic substances, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 20 of 28 January 1991, as amended, is hereby repealed.

Article 54


Authorizations issued under Law no. 73/1969 shall be valid for a maximum period of 3 years from the date of entry into force of this law, so that in this interval to be exchanged under this law.

Article 55


In order to fulfill the obligations assumed by Romania international conventions and reporting of data required by the competent organs and bodies, reporting referred to in art. 42 may be modified by the Minister of Health.

Article 56


This law comes into force on 7 months of its publication in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, except art. 57 with effect from the date of publication.

Article 57


Within 6 months from the date of publication of this law in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, the Ministry of Health will develop rules for the application, which will be approved by Government decision.

This law was adopted by the Parliament of Romania, in compliance with art. 75 and Art. 76 para. (2) of the Romanian Constitution.

Chamber of Deputies Adrian Nastase SENATE


Nicolae Vacaroiu Bucharest, November 29, 2005.
No. 339.

Appendix

TABLE
I
PLANTS, substances and preparations psychotropic and narcotic substances PROHIBITED uninterested RECOGNIZED IN MEDICINE *)
1
narcotics. Acetorfină
2.
Methylfentanyl acetyl-alpha-3. Alfa-methylfentanyl
4. Alfa-metiltiofentanil
May. Beta-hidroxifentanil
June. Beta-hydroxy-methyl-3-fentanyl
7.
Ketobemidone August.
Desomorphine September.
Etorphines 10. 11
heroin. 3-methylfentanyl
12. 3-metiltiofentanil
13. MPPP
14. Para-fluorofentanil
15.
PEPAP 16.
Tiofentanil 17.
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Oripavine Table I, subtitle "Narcotics" in the annex was completed by art. No JUDGMENT unique. 282 of 12 March 2008, published in Official Gazette no. 206 of 18 March 2008. psychotropic

1. Brolamfetamină
2.
Cathinone 3. 2C-B
4. 2C-I
May. 2C-T-7
June.
DET 7.
DMA 8.
DMHP September. DMT
10. Doet
11. Eticiclidină

12.
Etriptamină 13. N-hydroxy MDA
14. (+) - LYSERGIDE
15. N-ethyl MDA, MDE
16. MDMA
17. Mescaline
18.
Metcatinonă 19. Methyl-4aminorex
20. MMDA
21. 4-MTA
22.
Parahexil 23.
PMA 24. PMMA
25. Psilocin, psilotsin
26. 27
psilocybin.
Roliciclidină 28. STP, DOM
29.
Tenamfetamină 30.
Tenociclidină 31. Tetrahydrocannabinol, the following isomers and their stereochemical variants:
● tetrahydro 6,6,9-trimethyl-7,8,9,10 pentyl-3 6H-dibenzo [b, d] pyran it
● ol (9R , 10aR) -tetrahydro-8,9, 10, 10 6,6,9-trimethyl-3 pentyl-6H-dibenzo [b, d] pyran-l
● ol (6aR, 9R, 10aR) -tetrahydro-6 , 9,10,10a-6,6,9-trimethyl-3 pentyl-6H-dibenzo [b, d] pyran-l
● ol (6aR, 10aR) -tetrahydro-6a, 7,10,10a-trimethyl-6 6.9 AD-pentyl-3-dibenzo [b, d] pyran-l-ol
● tetrahydro-6a, 7,8,9-trimethyl-6,6,9-3-pentyl-6H-dibenzo [6, d ] pyran-l-ol (6aR, 10aR) hexahydro-6a, 7,8,9,10,10a-dimethyl-6,6 methylene-9-pentyl-3-6H-dibenzo [b, d] pyran ol
32.
TMA plants and substances under national control
1. Ibotenic acid
2. Amanita muscaria (L: Fr.)
Lam 3. Amanita pantherina
4.
Lysergic acid amide 5. All species of the genus Argyreia
June. BZP (benzylpiperazine)
July. DOC (2,5-dimethoxy-4-cloroamfetamina) = 1- (4-chloro-2,5-dimethoxy-phenyl) propan-2-amine
8. DOI (2,5-dimethoxy-4-iodoamfetamina) = 1- (2,5-dimethoxy-4-iodophenyl) propan-2-amine
9. CPP (clorofenilpiperazina)
10. CP 47497 = 2- (3-hydroxycyclohexyl) - 5- (2-metiloctan-2-yl) phenol
11. 6 = CP 47,497-2- (3-hydroxycyclohexyl) -5- (2-metilheptan-2-yl) phenol
12. CP 47,497-C8 = 2- (3-hydroxycyclohexyl) -5- (2-metilnonan-2-yl) phenol
13. CP 47497-C9 = 2- (3-hydroxycyclohexyl) -5- (2-metildecan-2-yl) phenol
14. Fluorometcatinona (flefedrona) = 1- (fluorophenyl) -2- (methylamino) propan-1-one
15.
Indanilamfetamina 16. JWH-018 = naphthalen-1-yl- (1-pentilindol-3-yl) methanone
17. 4-methylmethcathinone (mephedrone) = 1- (4-methylphenyl) -2-metilaminopropan-1-one
18. 4-metoximetcatinona (metedrona) = 1- (4-methoxyphenyl) -2- (methylamino) propan-1-one
19.
Muscimol 20. Nymphaea caerulea Sav.
21. Turbine corymbosa (L.) Raf. Sin. Rivea corymbosa (L.) Hallier f.
22. All species of the genus Psilocybe
23. TFMPP (trifluorometilfenilpiperazina)
24. -keto-MDMA (metilona) = 2-methylamino-1- (3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl) propan-1-one
25. -keto-MBDB (Abutilon) = 1- (1,3-benzodioxol-5-yl) -2- (methylamino) butan-1-one.
26. 2C-C, 4-chloro-2,5-dimethoxy-phenethylamine
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position 26 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex to It was introduced by pt. 1 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010.
27. Etcatinonă = (RS) -2-ethylamino-1-phenyl-propane-1-one
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position 27 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control "the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010.
28. JWH 250 = 2- (2-methoxy-phenyl) -1- (1-pentilindol-3-yl) ethanone
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position 28 in Table I, the "Plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010.
29. JWH-073 = naphthalene-1-yl (1-butilindol-3-yl) methanone
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position 29 in Table I, the "plants and substances under control national "was introduced in the Annex pt. 1 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010.
30. Metilendioxipirovaleronă (MDPV)
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position 30 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010.
31. Metilbenzilpiperazină (MBZP)
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position 31 of Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010.
32. N, N-diallyl-5-methoxytryptamine (5-MEO-DALT)
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position 32 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex it was introduced by pt. 1 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010.
33. JWH-019 = 1-Hexyl-3- (naphthalene-1-OYL) indole
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position 33 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
34. JWH-081 = 4-methoxynaphtlen-1-yl- (1-3-yl-pentylidol) methanone ----------


Position 34 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
35. JWH-203 = 2- (2-chlorophenyl) -1- (1-3-yl-pentylindol) ethanone
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position 35 in Table I, the "Plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
36. JWH-210 = 4-ethylnaphthalen-1-yl- (1-3-yl-pentylindol) methanone
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position 36 in Table I, the "plants and substances that are under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
37. JWH-122 = (4-methyl-1-naphthyl) - (1-3-yl-pentylindol) methanone
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position 37 in Table I, the "Plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
38. JWH-022 = naphtalen-1-yl [1- (pent-4-en-1-yl) -1H-indol-3-yl] methanone

position ---------- 38 of table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
39. JWH-200 = (1- (2-morpholin-4-ylethyl) indol-3-yl]) - (naphtalen-1-yl) methanone

position 39 ---------- in Schedule I, section "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
40. JWH-251 = 2- (2-methylphenyl) -1- (1-pentyl-1H-indol-3-yl) ethanone

---------- position 40 of Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
41. AM-2201 = 1 - [(5-fluoropentyl) -1H-indol-3-y] - (naphtalen-1-yl) methanone

---------- position of the table 41 I, section "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
42. MAM-2201 = 1 - [(5-fluoropentyl) -1H-indol-3-yl] - (4-methyl-naphtalenyl) methanone

---------- position of the table 42 I, section "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
43. UR-144 = (1-3-yl-pentylindol) - (2,2,3,3-tetremethylcyclopropyl) methanone
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position 43 in Table I, Section " plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
44. XLR-11 = 1- (5-fluoropentyl) -1H-indol-3-yl) - (2,2,3,3-tetramethylcyclopropyl) methanone

position ---------- 44 of table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
45. CB-13 = naphthalene-1-yl- (4-pentyloxynaphthalen-1-yl) methanone
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position 45 in Table I, the "plants and substances under control national "was introduced in the Annex pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
46. RCS-4 = (4-methoxyphenyl) - (1-pentyl-1H-indol-3-yl) methanone

---------- position 46 of Table I, the "Plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
47. RCS-4 ortho isomer = (2- (4-methoxyphenyl) - (1-pentyl-1H-indol-3-yl) methanone

position ---------- 47 of Table I section "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014. 48
. RCS-4 4 = (4-methoxyphenyl) - (1-butyl-1H-indol-3-yl) methanone

---------- position 48 of table I, section "Plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
49. RCS -4-C4-ortho isomer = (2- (4-methoxyphenyl) - (1-butyl-1H-indol-3-yl) methanone
----------

Position 49 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
50. STS-135 = 1- (5-fluoropenthyl) -N-tricyclo [3.3.1.13,7] dec-1-yl-1H-indole-3-carboxyamides
---------- || | position 50 in table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
51. AKB48 = 1-pentyl-N-tricyclo [3.3.1.13,7] dec-1-yl-1H-indazole-3-carboxamides

position 51 ------------- in Schedule I, section "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
52. NEB = 2- (ethylamino) -1-Phenyl-1-butanone
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position 52 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex to It was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
53. 4-MEC (4-methylethcatinone) = 2-ethylamino-1- (4- methylphenyl) -1-propanones
----------
position 53 in Table I, the "Plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
54. 4-EMC (4-ethylmethcathinone) = 1- (4-ethylphenyl) -2- (methylamino) -1-propanone

position ---------- 54 of Table I, Section "Plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
55. MABP (Buphedrone) = 2- (methylamino) -1-Phenyl-1-butanone
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position 55 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
56. Pentedrone = 2- (methylamino) -1-Phenyl-1-pentanone
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position 56 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex to It was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
57. 5-IT (5-2-Aminopropyl) indole) = 2- (1H-indol-5-yl) -1-methyl-ethylamine

---------- position of the table 57 I, section "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
58. 4-MMA (4-methylmethamphetamine) = N-methyl-1- (4-methylphenyl) propan-2-amine

position ---------- 58 of Table I, the "Plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
59. 4-MA (4-methylamphetamine) = 1- (4-methylphenyl) propane-2-amine
----------
position 59 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
60. Alpha-1-Phenyl-PVP = 2- (1-pyrrolidinyl) -1-pentanone
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position 60 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control "the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
61. Naphyrone = 1-naphthalene-2-yl-2-pyrrolidine-1-one-1-ylpentan
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position 61 in Table I, the "plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
62. MDPBP = 1- (3,4-methylendioxyphenyl) -2- (1-pyrrolidinyl) -1-butanone
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position 62 in Table I, the "Plants and substances under national control "of the Annex was introduced by pt. 1 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
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Section "plants and substances under national control" in Table I of Annex was introduced by pt. 3 of Art. II of the Emergency Ordinance no. 6 of 10 February 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 100 of 15 February 2010 are subject to the same rules and
:

A) isomers of these substances, unless they are expressly mentioned only certain isomers in all cases where such isomers may exist under appropriate chemical formula of the substance in question;


B) ethers, and esters of such substances, there may be cases in which;



C) the salts of these substances, including those of ethers, esters and isomers, in all cases where there may be.

TABLE II

plants, substances and preparations containing DRUGS IN MEDICINE of interest, subject to strict control
1
narcotics. Acetildihidrocodeină *
2.
Acetilmetadol 3. Alfentanil
4.
Allilprodină May.
Alfacetilmetadol June.
Alfameprodina July.
Alfametadol August.
Alphaprodine September.
Anileridine 10.
Benzetidină 11.
Benzylmorphine 12.
Betacetilmetadol 13.
Betameprodină 14.
Betametadol 15.
Betaprodină 16.
Bezitramide 17.
Dioxaphetyl butyrate 18. Cannabis, cannabis resin, extracts and tinctures of cannabis
19.
Clonitazene 20. Coca leaves
21. 22
cocaine. Codeine *
23.
Codoximă 24. Concentrated poppy straw
25.
Dextromoramide 26. Dextropropoxyphene *
27.
Diampromide 28.
Dietiltiambutenă 29.
Difenoxin 30.
Dihydromorphine 31.
Dimenoxadol 32.
Dimepheptanol 33.
Dimethylthiambutene 34.
Dioxafetilbutirat 35.
Diphenoxylate 36. Dihidracodeină *
37.
Dipipanone 38.
Drotebanol 39. Ecgonine esters and derivatives that can be transformed into ecgonine and cocaine
40.
Ethylmethylthiambutene 41. Ethylmorphine *
42.
Etonitazene 43.
Etoxeridin 44.
Phenadoxone 45.
Fenampromidă 46.
Phenazocine 47.
Phenomorphan 48.
Phenoperidine 49.
Fentanyl 50. Pholcodine *
51.
Furetidină 52.
53 hydrocodone.
Hidromorfinol 54.
55 hydromorphone.
Hydroxypethidine 56.
Isomethadone 57.
Levometorfan 58.
Levomoramid 59.
Levophenacylmorphan 60. Levorphanol
61.
Metazocine 62.
63 methadone. Methadone, intermediate
of 64.
Metildezorfină 65.
Metildihidromorfină 66.
Metopon 67. Moramidă, intermediate
68.
Morferidină 69.
Morphine 70. Metobromidă morphine derivatives morphine and other pentavalent nitrogen
71.
Morphine N-oxide 72.
Myrofină 73. Nicocodină *
74. Nicodicodină *
75.
Nicomorphine 76.
Noracimetadol 77. Norcodeină *
78.
Norlevorphanol 79.
Normethadone 80.
Normorphine 81.
Norpipanone 82. Opium
83. 84
oxycodone. N-oximorfină
85. 86
oxymorphone.
87 pethidine. Pethidine, intermediate A of
88. Pethidine, intermediate B
89. Pethidine, intermediate C of
90.
Piminodine 91.
Piritramide 92.
Praheptazină 93.
Properidine 94. Propiram *
95.
Racemetorfan 96.
Racemoramidă 97.
Racemorfan 98.
Remifentanil 99. Sufentanil
100.
Tebaconă 101.
102 thebaine.
103 tilidine. Trimeperidina
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* excluding preparations.
1
psychotropic. Amphetamine
2.
3 dexamphetamine. Dronabinol (DCI This refers to only one of the stereochemical variants of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, namely (-) trans-delta-9-tetra-hidrocanabinol). Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol and its stereochemical variants
4.
Fenetylline May.
Levamfetamină June.
Levometamfetamina July.
Meclocvalon August.
Methamphetamine in September.
Metacvalon 10. Methylphenidate
11. Phencyclidine
12.
Fenmetrazină 13.
14 methamphetamine racemate. Secobarbital
15.
Zipeprol plants and substances under national control
1. Ibogaine
2. Ketamine
March. Mitragyna speciosa Korth (Kratom)
4.
Hidroximitragynina 7th May.
Mitraginina June. Salvia divinorum Epling Játiva
July. Salvinorin AF
August. Tabernanthe iboga (L.) Nutt.
September. Dimetocaină (larocaină) = (3-diethylamino-2,2-dimethylpropyl) -4-aminobenzoate
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Item 9 of Schedule II, section "plants and substances under control national "was introduced in the Annex pt. 2 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010.
10.
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Tapentadol position 10 of Schedule II, section "plants and substances under national control" of the Annex was introduced by pt. 2 of art. II of Law no. 51 of 17 April 2014 published in the Official Gazette no. 322 of 5 May 2014.
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Section "plants and substances under national control" in the table of Annex II was introduced by pt. 4 of art. II of the Emergency Ordinance no. 6 of 10 February 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 100 of 15 February 2010 are subject to the same rules and
:

A) isomers of these substances, unless they are expressly mentioned only certain isomers in all cases where such isomers may exist under appropriate chemical formula of the substance in question;


B) ethers, and esters of such substances, there may be cases in which;


C) the salts of these substances, including those of ethers, esters and isomers, in all cases where there may be.

TABLE III

plants, substances and preparations containing DRUGS of interest in medicine, PREPARED WITH CONTROLLED DRUGS *

1. Acetildihidrocodeină
2.
3 codeine. Dihydrocodeine
4. ethylmorphine

May.
Nicocodină June.
Nicodicodină July.
Norcodeină August.
1
psychotropic pholcodine. Allobarbital
2.
3 alprazolam. Amfepramona
4.
Aminorex May. 6
amobarbital.
Barbital July.
Benzfetanină August.
Bromazepam September.
Brotizolam 10.
Buprenorphine 11.
Butalbital 12.
Butobarbital 13. Catina *
14.
Camazepam 15.
Ciclobarbital 16.
Chlordiazepoxide 17. Clobazam
18. Clonazepam
19. Clorazepate
20.
Clotiazepam 21.
Cloxazolam 22.
Delorazepam 23. Diazepam
24. Estazolam
25.
Etclorvynol 26.
Ethinamate 27.
Etilamfetamină 28.
Fencamfamină 29.
Phendimetrazine 30.
Phenobarbital 31.
32 fenproporex.
Phentermine 33.
Fludiazepam 34.
35 flunitrazepam.
Flurazepam 36. GHB
37.
Glutetimidă 38.
Halazepam 39.
Haloxazolam 40.
Ketazolam 41.
Lefetamină 42.
43 Loflazepat acetate.
Loprazolam 44. Lorazepam
45.
Lormetazepam 46.
47 mazindol.
Medazepam 48.
Mefenorex 49.
50 meprobamate.
Mezocarb 51. Metilfeno-barbital
52.
Methyprylon 53. Midazolam
54.
Nimetazepam 55. Nitrazepam
56.
Nordazepam 57.
Oxazepam 58.
Oxazoles 59.
Pemoline 60.
Pentazocine 61. Pentobarbital
62.
Pinazepam 63.
Pipradol 64.
Prazepam 65.
Pirovaleron 66.
Secbutabarbital 67.
68 Temazepam.
TETRAZEPAM 69.
70 triazolam.
Vinilbital 71. Zolpidem
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* Catha edulis shrub Psychotropic Substances Forsk (Celastraceae), popular khat, not species Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Eleagnaceae), popularly known as sea buckthorn.
Plants and substances under national control
1. Bromo-dragonfly = 1- (8-Bromobenzodifuran-4-yl) -2-aminopropane
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Position 2 in Table III, the "plants and substances under national control "I was repealed in Annex pt. 3 of art. I of Decision no. 575 of 16 June 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 509 of 22 July 2010. 3
.
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Amyl nitrite Section "plants and substances under national control" in Table III of Annex was introduced by pt. 5 of art. II of the Emergency Ordinance no. 6 of 10 February 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 100 of 15 February 2010 are subject to the same rules and
:

A) isomers of these substances, unless they are expressly mentioned only certain isomers in all cases where such isomers may exist under appropriate chemical formula of the substance in question;


B) ethers, and esters of such substances, there may be cases in which;


C) the salts of these substances, including those of ethers, esters and isomers, in all cases where there may be.


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